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Scientists forced to reconsider evolutionary beliefs.

Scientists forced to reconsider evolutionary beliefs.

Scientists have long held the belief that dinosaurs / prehistoric mammals and humans did not co-exist. This evolutionary belief is now under intense question as a discovery in Vero Beach, Florida disputes that belief.

According to the article posted below, many have been waned to not report on these findings. Who knows what human fossils may have been discovered in even deeper earth layers, but misidentified because they didn’t fit the evolution narrative?

Brian Thomas, M.S. wrote, “When discovered in the early 1900s, researchers insisted that the Vero Beach human remains washed in long after the large mammals fossilized. But new results, like so many other similar reinvestigations of old sites, show they were made at the same time and that humans lived and died in North America long before believed. What took researchers so long to acknowledge that?

The reason why it took so long for the evidence to come to light may be the same reason why fossil evidence of humans and dinosaurs is so scarce.

Archaeologists at the University of Florida analyzed the concentrations of rare earth elements in the various bones from the Vero site, finding that they all statistically matched. This evidence shows that they were buried simultaneously, and it contradicts longstanding dogma that humans had not yet arrived in America.”

Read article here: http://truththeory.com/2012/05/31/scientists-late-to-recognize-human-and-giant-mammal-coexistence/

An analysis of skeletal remains has provided new evidence that humans made it to the Western Hemisphere during the last ice age, where they lived alongside giant, now-extinct mammals, claims a new study published online Thursday in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology.

More Reading: http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2889535/posts
http://www.redorbit.com/news/science/1112528887/study-finds-humans-mastodons-mammoths-co-existed-in-north-america/

EARLY MAN SHARED FLORIDA WITH MAMMOTHS
http://news.discovery.com/human/early-man-florida-120509.html

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10 Comments on “Scientists forced to reconsider evolutionary beliefs.”

  1. JoAnn June 2, 2012 at 12:37 am #

    Well it seems that the old movies that showed humans killing dinosaurs might be true.

  2. Carlo June 2, 2012 at 5:15 am #

    Or that there was a great flood that wiped evrything out like the Bible says

  3. Cass June 14, 2012 at 9:02 pm #

    Humans lived alongside extinct mammals, no surprise there. Dinosaurs are not mammals, however. There is still no evidence to support anything along those lines. Stop trying to cherry pick your science.

    • J.F. The Story of Liberty June 14, 2012 at 10:29 pm #

      “Scientists have long held the belief that dinosaurs / prehistoric mammals and humans did not co-exist.” MAMMOTHS, are widely believed to have lived at the time as the dinosaurs, so the scientific community until now said these mammals had never co-existed with humans. Pretty simple to understand.

      • Cass June 14, 2012 at 11:06 pm #

        Someone’s poorly written sentence does not represent “official scientific consensus.” There is no single group of living animals lumped together with a slash i.e. dinosaurs/prehistoric mammals; they are vastly different. Scientists, at least not the ones who only took a science class or two on their way to a theological degree, do not dispute man lived contemporaneously with mammoths, etc. There is still no scientific evidence that man and dinos existed at the same time; all evidence to the contrary as a matter of fact. Mammoths may have had an ancestor that existed at the time of the dinosaurs, but to try and extrapolate that dinos and man co-existed from that is wishful thinking and pure ignorance.

      • J.F. The Story of Liberty June 15, 2012 at 12:36 am #

        Cass, you missed this: “This evidence shows that they were buried simultaneously, and it contradicts longstanding dogma that humans had not yet arrived in America.”

  4. J.F. The Story of Liberty June 15, 2012 at 12:36 am #

    You missed this also: “When discovered in the early 1900s, researchers insisted that the Vero Beach human remains washed in long after the large mammals fossilized. But new results, like so many other similar reinvestigations of old sites, show they were made at the same time and that humans lived and died in North America long before believed. What took researchers so long to acknowledge that?

  5. Cass June 15, 2012 at 10:17 pm #

    So even if man, specifically homo sapiens and not any earlier human-like ancestors, was present in the area up to 50,000 years ago, 35,000 years earlier than Clovis remains (a pretty big jump in time), there’s still a ridiculously large gap back to the time the dinosaurs are thought to have become extinct (65 million years ago) and even further to when they lived (up to 165+ million years ago.)

    What took researchers so long is thorough research and corroboration. There is also the matter of peer review, where the idea is put out to the scientific community to argue and further study. Real scientists are always interested in finding out more, digging deeper, if you will. What bigger feather in one’s cap than to disprove commonly held theories? The less ingenuous, like any ‘scientist’ associated with a group as obviously biased as the Institute for Creation Research, try to force their ‘evidence’ to fit their preconceived notions and prefer not to dig any deeper lest they actually learn something.

    Even if man and dinos did walk the earth together, that is still not evidence for the existence of God.

    • BC September 7, 2012 at 3:37 am #

      It seems like, lately, “Real Scientists” have decided its time to stop educating the rest of us, and instead attack.
      I guess it makes sense. They’ve tried hard to convert us, and maybe its time to destroy those who have not fallen in line.
      Besides high school and college anthropology and biology classes, I’ve attempted to self-indoctrinate with 100’s of Nature, Wild Kingdom, Discovery, Nova and other programs. But with all that learning, i’m still not a real scientist. I still haven’t had any desire to destroy a creationist, or to go out and get a P.H.D. in Biology.
      My memory of the science students in college is, “those were the wierd, anti-social kids’.

      …Homo Erectus…>> Homo Sapiens Sapians…>> “Homo Verus Scientia”.

      Maybe Neanderthals had a similar dilemma. Evolve, or die. But better to die than live like those wierd HSS people.

      Where does that leave the rest of us? Are the rest of us on the way to extinction?
      Well then, enjoy your world, “Real Scientists”.

      • ATR October 9, 2012 at 4:49 pm #

        Bravo BC!

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